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Each Way Bet by Evans Ilsa
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Each Way Bet (edition 2006)

by Evans Ilsa (Author)

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The Broadhurst sisters, book editor Emily and stay-at-home wife and mother Jill, are suffering severe cases of the-grass-is-always-greener syndrome. So, when Melbourne Cup Day rolls around, they decide to have an each way bet by trading places. But then they find they have to cope with an elusive pregnancy test, vegetable-flavoured punch, flying carpet bowls, a predatory femme fatale, a foul-mouthed three-year-old, and argumentative and accident-prone teenagers.… (more)
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Great for a fun read, a chaotic home life I can identify with. Some laugh out loud moments. ( )
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The Broadhurst sisters, book editor Emily and stay-at-home wife and mother Jill, are suffering severe cases of the-grass-is-always-greener syndrome. So, when Melbourne Cup Day rolls around, they decide to have an each way bet by trading places. But then they find they have to cope with an elusive pregnancy test, vegetable-flavoured punch, flying carpet bowls, a predatory femme fatale, a foul-mouthed three-year-old, and argumentative and accident-prone teenagers.

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